2009 AERA Survey Sidekick Round Table Presentation
Six people joined Survey Sidekick table presentation today (which is not bad comparing the turnout at other tables) and gave some useful suggestions for future development of Survey Sidekick:
1. Online consent form:
A doctoral student from Australia who is conducting a study of 11-grade students' career choice in Australia mentioned the necessity of designing online consent form for researchers whose projects involve young respondents.
2. Advanced analysis of survey results:
Many online survey tools provide descriptive statistics of survey results. However, it would be more useful if any online survey tool can provide advanced statistic analysis such as t test etc. One participant mentioned that SNAP
provides this feature but is too expensive for most survey designers.
3. Participants suggest that instructional resources/tutorials for survey result analysis would be helpful as well.
I think these are all great suggestions to make our survey tool better!